Tuberculosis -- Hospitals -- Denver (Colo.)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4394 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed copy of a letter from S.S. Schreier to H. Schwatt. Schreier tells Schwatt that he just returned from vacation and received a letter from D. Weinstein regarding his admission to JCRS. On behalf of the Actor’s Union, Schreier thanks Schwatt for taking an interest in his case. He also tells Schwatt that if there is anything the sanatorium needs financially or morally he can appeal to the union for help. Schreier also says that many members of the union are well acquainted with the sanatorium...
Dates: 1910 August 31
Overview Handwritten letter from Sarah Sass to C.D. Spivak. Mrs. Sass tells Spivak that the secretary from her late husband’s lodge found mistakes on her husband’s death certificate. Mrs. Sass begins to list the mistakes with the first one being the last residence of Max Sass for the past four years was Chicago, not New York. She explains that the tuberculosis would have been contracted in Chicago and not in New York. She also says that her husband had joined the Modern Maccabees lodge about two and...
Dates: 1911 February 10
Overview Handwritten letter from Sam Schwartzberg, the Grand Secretary of the King David Lodge #120, to C.D. Spivak. He has enclosed a doctor's certificate written by Dr. H. Frumson recommending that David Rubin be admitted to the JCRS in Denver, Colorado. Schwartzberg quotes the JCRS slogan by stating, "He who saves one life is considered as if he preserved the whole world" to make a statement about how important it is to save Rubin's life. Schwartzberg mentions that he will give half of the credit to...
Dates: 1910 February 28
Overview Handwritten letter from S. Schwartzberg to C.D. Spivak letting Spivak know that David Rubin left for Denver on March 15th, 1910. He hopes that Rubin will return home strong and healthy after his time at JCRS. He signs the letter "Sam Schwartzberg" at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 March 16
Overview Handwritten letter from S. Schwartzberg to C.D. Spivak with a check enclosed for $19.45. Schwartzberg provides a summary of all of the money that has been given to JCRS for the cost of David Rubin's funeral expenses. He says that all of the money should total the initial $31.50 requested from Spivak. He also says that he would have written sooner, but was not aware of the correspondences sent to J. Fishman. He asks Spivak to send a receipt acknowledging he has received the full payment he...
Dates: 1910 July 1
Overview Handwritten letter on Grand Lodge Progressive Order of the West letterhead from Mr. Sam Schwartzberg, grand secretary, to Dr. Charles Spivak asking the JCRS to admit Mrs. Rose Charner at once. Letter is signed and dated.
Dates: 1909 October 18
Overview Handwritten physician’s note from Dr. S. Simon to JCRS. The note states that Benjamin Rothman is suffering with acute pulmonary hemorrhage. The note is signed "Simon M.D." at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 April 14
Overview Handwritten letter in pen from Samuel Tobin to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he states he cannot support for his brother, Louis Teplitzky, without work, and the weather is not good in Chicago for someone who has tuberculosis. He also states sick people are "cranky", and he will write his brother and ask him to behave. He asks the doctor to keep his brother in the sanatorium. Letter is signed by Samuel Tobin.
Dates: 1910 February 17
Overview Handwritten letter from Mr. Stephen Wise to Dr. Charles Spivak informing him that he cannot give him any address for the late Mr. Petrover. Mr. Wise also informs Dr. Spivak that they are not an association and cannot pay for funeral expenses. Letter is written on International Protective Association letterhead, and is signed and dated.
Dates: 1910 March 12
Overview Letter from S. Wolf to C.D. Spivak. Wolf tells Spivak that the Department of Commerce and Labor is anxious to have Schwartz treated in Denver. Wolf continues to say that the department is not compelled to deport Schwartz, although she has become a public charge since she arrived to the United State with tuberculosis. Wolf asks Spivak if he can find a way to take care of Schwartz.
Dates: 1911 July 12